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Rights of way improvement plan 2011-2016

Family enjoying the view of BeestonThe Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) covers all kinds of different types of access, for example public rights of way, permissive routes, cycle tracks, parks and greenspace paths.

Within Cheshire West and Chester the term  ‘access network’ is used to cover all of these types of access.

The Council has completed an Open Space Audit and Assessment of Need Household survey as well as consulting with town and parish councils, recreational organisations and the public at large regarding the Cheshire West and Chester ROWIP 2011-2016.

The results of all of these have been analysed to produce a five year delivery plan.

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Further information 

Public consultation: Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2016 - 2026

The Rights of Way Improvement Plan consultation had now closed.  The next stage of the public consultation will commence shortly.

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